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  • The Agathon: Reign of Arturo

    by Colin Weldon
    For 1000 years the surviving humans drifted. Bound together on board the remaining space stations. A civil war has erased their past. The Agathon, believed to have been lost during their mission to find the signal makers, has now become a myth, a bedtime story to be read to children. Now ruled by the tyrannical Chancellor Arturo Verge, a rebellion begins to stir on board the space station now known as Earth One, led by Aron Elstone, a man torn apart by the loss of his daughter Maya, and the crew... more
  • The Agathon: Book One

    by Colin Weldon
    For one hundred years the deep space signal has been transmitted to Earth. All attempts to decode it have failed. On Mars, Carrie Barrington, the first human child, is born. She has always known she was different. Her telepathic and telekinetic abilities are becoming ever more difficult to control. Her link to a deadly organism, found deep beneath the Martian surface, haunts her dreams. When disaster strikes, it falls upon her father as commander of The Agathon, the first faster than light ship ... more
  • Elevator Quest

    by Emmanuel M Arriaga
    When the elevator cable snapped, they all thought they were going to die. Instead, Tasha and the survivors find themselves trapped in a fantasy world, the crash only the beginning as they have no choice but to fight for their survival. The office workers discover mystical weapons that lead them into an adventure filled with monsters and deadly challenges. The mystery of what really happened gnaws at them as they face the possibility that maybe they did all die in that elevator crash after... more
  • Night Cruiser: Short Stories about Creepy, Amusing, or Spiritual Encounters with the Shadow

    by Veronica Dale
    Ten different people must deal with the dark side. What is "the shadow" they encounter? For Isabel, it's the whisper from the basement that invites her to come on down. For second-grader Emma, it's the tortured spirit that has haunted her family for generations. For Deacon William, it's the damaged android that frightens visitors in the retreat house halls. These insightful, award-winning stories move from fantasy to faith, from horror to humor to hope. They ask questions like: •\tWhat’s dr... more
  • The Stone Thread

    by J.R. Evangelisti
    An immortal murderer transcends time as a child and as an adult. This intricate mystery starts in the fifth millennium B.C. into 1980 A.D., Doctor Elizabeth Wellstrom an etymology researcher of words at the World Council, has unfortunately discovered this killer. She and others now must find a way of staying alive. This is a harrowing, suspenseful fast paced science fiction murder mystery set on the Eastern Seaboard. A story of treasure, castles, whaling ships, detectives and a trail of death. T... more
  • Surveyor: Book 1 in the Corps of Discovery Series

    by James Peet
    JOIN THE CORPS AND EXPLORE NEW PLANETS. EXPERIENCE ADVENTURE IN FARAWAY LANDS Bill Clark joins the Corps of Discovery, an organization that operates gateways from a Parallel Earth to explore other timelines for eventual settlement by Earth's burgeoning population. Surveyor follows Bill's journey from Earth, through the Corps' training, and his subsequent deployments as an aerial surveyor and geographic information systems analyst. Along the way he gets swept up in a shadowy organization's ... more
  • Quantum Soul

    by John Dyer
    Amil Leyta intended to work in orbital manufacturing, but his career has taken an unexpected turn - Amil has built a device that images the essence of life, evoking the discovery that there is more than one type of soul. They appear on his monitor at deathbed vigils, shining bright across the boundary between dimensions. He imagines they are Angels, guiding spirits to the between-life, and wonders if the Gods will allow what he must do next. Because Amil knows how to bring them here.
  • Surveyor: Book 1 in the Corps of Discovery Series

    by James Peet
    JOIN THE CORPS AND EXPLORE NEW PLANETS. EXPERIENCE ADVENTURE IN FARAWAY LANDS Bill Clark joins the Corps of Discovery, an organization that operates gateways from a Parallel Earth to explore other timelines for eventual settlement by Earth's burgeoning population. Surveyor follows Bill's journey from Earth, through the Corps' training, and his subsequent deployments as an aerial surveyor and geographic information systems analyst. Along the way he gets swept up in a shadowy organization's ... more
  • The Illusion of Gravity

    by John Dyer
    At a research lab on a distant planet, a devastating accident signals the end of a technological impasse that has stalled Anye civilization at the edge of space for a thousand years. Protected in a vault, instruments reveal the true nature of space, time, and matter. The event has set physicist Rivan Saraf on a path that could take his people beyond reach of a dying star. But a hostile foreign government has agents in town. The Vanya are brutal, remorseless — here to spy, steal, kidnap and... more
  • Hartman House

    by A L Wright
    After losing her only friend, young witch Rodelle is rescued and taken to Hartman House: a safe haven for all supernatural beings. The Hartman family was famous for their wizardry, always trying to protect their own - and other magical beings as well. A place where mystical beings live, the House is protected by powerful magic. After Rodelle meets the handsome vampire, Dreven, she is immediately and inexplicably drawn to him. But it soon turns out that they have a history - and that danger is ... more
  • Hunted: A Werewolf Mystery

    by B.S. Gibbs

    Hunted, a tale of werewolves in a modern-day town, combines mystery and suspense with elements of magic realism.

    The sounds of howling at night have werewolf-obsessed Jason Porter on edge. Worse still, he's convinced that his teenage sister, Bianca, is a werewolf. The evidence -- her late-night lifestyle, grumpiness, messiness, and other characteristics -- points to no other conclusion. Unfortunately, no one believes him, including his mother.

    As he... more

  • The 21st Centuryon

    by Clay Moor
    The 21st Centuryon is a social satire of America with a psychological intent to call on the vaunted X and undefined Y generations to push out the hold on power that Baby Boomers have as they continually devastate the planet Earth...not only politically but culturally. Their extremism is the telltale sign of neuroses. Set on the fictional planet K-Bull (cable?), two armies battle for the entertainment of the C-lings of planet-C who resell to the Found-Links or Maybe Moorers. R-Joon and his compan... more
  • A Lake of Feathers and Moonbeams

    by Dax Murray
    Katya has always lived in the magical woods between the kingdoms of Shān and Lebedia. She keeps company with her crow and raven familiars and her partner, the eccentric sorcerer Ivan. When a group of soldiers escorting the Princess Yi Zhen of Shān come through her woods, she is shocked to find Ivan taking the princess as his prisoner, and enlisting Katya's help. Katya finds herself entwined in a complex web of politics, grudges, betrayal and heartache, spanning centuries. At the heart of this we... more
  • Time Probe

    by Bette Jackman LoBue
    Time Probe is a spy thriller set in Washington, DC, and its environs. Themes include commitment, unity, loyalty, betrayal, and self-discovery. The Project Archives team consists of four very diverse people who must learn to work together for the survival of all and the security of the national treasures entrusted to them for use in a special project with NASA. Team members are pushed beyond capacity when they encounter SACHO, a terrorist-centered spy ring in pursuit of the special formula in hol... more
  • Zone 23

    by CJ Hopkins
    ZONE 23 ... a darkly comic dystopian satire about being human, all-too-human, featuring two of the most endearing Anti-Social anti-heroes that ever rebelled against the forces of Normality. Set in the post-catastrophic future, in a peaceful, prosperous, corporate-controlled society where all dissent and non-conformity has been pathologized, and the human race is being genetically corrected in order to establish everlasting peace on Earth, Zone 23 is a hilarious, heartbreaking affirmation of the ... more
  • Veiled (Veiled Book 1)

    by Stacey Rourke
    Political propaganda would have us believe vampires are our friends. Fanged teddy bears misunderstood thanks to archaic lore. Activists picket for them to be welcomed into our society. They claim vamps don't kill. They preach we are safe. They ... are dead wrong. One year ago a hive slaughtered my family and left me for dead. Found by a team of scientists with their own agenda, I was forged into an unstoppable weapon. I possess their strength, with none of their weaknesses. I ca... more

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